Howard: Fencer Muhammad's message doesn't end with Olympic loss
The American sabre fencer loses a heartbreaking match in the Round of 16, then composes herself and delivers eloquently her message of acceptance.
Muhammad eliminated early
Johnette Howard recaps USA fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad's early exit in her historic debut at the 2016 Olympic games.
U.S. fencer Homer follows mentor's trail to medal stand
Daryl Homer wouldn't be a fencer without the opportunity provided by Peter Westbrook. On Wednesday, Homer became the first U.S. men's individual sabre Olympic medalist since Westbrook in 1984.
Asian Games preview: PH fencers to bank on overseas training for Jakarta campaign
The national fencing team made sure they made the most of their trip to France where they spent an entire month training.
U.S. women win first fencing world title in foil
The U.S. women's fencing team upset top-rated Italy 45-35 on Thursday, becoming the first American squad to win a senior world championship in the foil discipline.
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad on her 'Proud' memoir
Ibtihaj Muhammad was the first Muslim-American woman to win a medal at the Olympics. In her memoir, "Proud," she explores her sports journey, experience as a religious minority in the U.S. and identity as a woman of color.
Sabre-rattling Bhavani Devi creates a noise in Indian fencing
In Bhavani Devi, who recently won India's first international gold medal in fencing, the nation may have found a name it can pin the sport to, writes Susan Ninan.
Fencer uses world-class fake to fool opponent
During the first place match, a longsword fencer pulls off an amazing fake to help him land a solid strike against his opponent.
Fencer Muhammad 'upset' by U.S. customs stop
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first American athlete to compete in the Olympics with a hijab, told Popsugar she recently was stopped by U.S. customs for two hours.
Ibtihaj Muhammad, Olympic trailblazer
At the Summer Games in Rio, 30-year-old Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first American to compete in a hijab. In her E:60 debut, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach reports on this groundbreaking athlete.
Second doping test clears Mexican fencer's name
Mexican fencer Paola Pliego was cleared of alleged doping charges after a second test revealed no presence of a prohibited substance. The initial test kept her out of the Rio Olympics.
Muhammad helps U.S. capture bronze in fencing
Ibtihaj Muhammad, who became the first U.S. Olympian to wear a hijab during competition, won a bronze medal with her teammates on Saturday in the women's team sabre event.
U.S. men's fencing team nabs historic bronze
The American men's foil team won bronze Friday, the third medal for the U.S. men's fencing team at the Rio de Janeiro Games.
Homer gives U.S. 1st men's sabre medal since '84
The United States saw a pair of fencers put themselves in position to win unprecedented gold medals at the Rio Games.
Fencer makes U.S. history, wears hijab in Rio
Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first American athlete to compete in the Olympics with a hijab, which she wears to adhere to the tenets of her Muslim faith.
Massialas lands first men's foil medal since 1960
Italian Daniele Garozzo stunned top-ranked American Alexander Massialas on Sunday to win gold in men's foil fencing.
Hungary's Szasz wins gold in women's epee
In a day of fencing upsets, Hungary's Emese Szasz rallied to win the gold medal in women's epee Saturday at the Carioca Arena 3.
Aussies in Action Rio 2016
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Ibtihaj Muhammad, Olympic trailblazer
At the Summer Games in Rio, 30-year-old Ibtihaj Muhammad will become the first American to compete in a hijab. In her E:60 debut, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach reports on this groundbreaking athlete.
Abby Wambach's fencing lesson with Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad
While filming her first feature as an E:60 reporter, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach gets a fencing lesson from Team USA's Ibtihaj Muhammad.
WHO rejects call to cancel Rio Games over Zika
The WHO maintains that despite the increased number of infections because of the Zika outbreak, there is "no public health justification" for calling off the Rio Games.
U.S. Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad: 'I'm just your basic Hijabi Zorro'
A devout Muslim, Ibtihaj Muhammad may have a sense of humor about some things, but she doesn't shrug off the chance to stand up for her community.
How Nzingha Prescod got that body
Did you know that fencing takes a lot of strength? Or that years of ballet and gymnastics could be the keys to success? Fencer Nzingha Prescod gives us a look at her training.
Fencer Nzingha Prescod: 'I was born to be an athlete'
U.S. fencer Nzingha Prescod is 23 years old and preparing for her second Olympics, but first, she talked Body Issue, how she got into the sport and what it took to reach the top.
Mrs. Obama meets Olympians, gets fencing lesson
First lady Michelle Obama wrapped up her speech to dozens of U.S. athletes to mark 100 days before the Rio Games, then received a quick fencing lesson from Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad.
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As it happened: Sindhu beats Okuhara to lift World Tour Finals title
PV Sindhu beat Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games to become the first Indian to win the year-end World Tour Finals. Here's how the action unfolded
USA Cycling hires New Balance boss Rob DeMartini as CEO
Rob DeMartini, the longtime New Balance boss, has been hired as the new president and CEO of USA Cycling. He takes over for Derek Bouchard-Hall.
Bill Bailey, record-setting New Zealand runner, dies at 84
William "Bill" Bailey, a New Zealand runner who held world records in two now-obscure events, died Tuesday at age 84, Athletics New Zealand said.
South African-born Rory Sabbatini now citizen of Slovakia
Rory Sabbatini may be in line for a 2020 Olympics bid after becoming a citizen of Slovakia, his wife's native country.
Allyson Felix on pregnancy and motherhood: 'Only so much of this you can predict, much less control'
Allyson Felix: "I was so excited to be pregnant. I've always wanted to be a mother. ... So why has it taken me eight months to share this news?"
USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy as part of 'reorganization'
USA Gymnastics, saying it is trying to reach settlements in sexual abuse lawsuits and forestall its potential demise at the hands of the USOC, has filed for bankruptcy.